“I can’t able to come to work tomorrow.” Is this sentence right?
If you are unsure, you should read the rest of this blog. It’s as simple as a pie! Can and able mean the same – the ability to do something. So, if you use both the words together, it’s like saying the same thing twice.
So, either say able/can or not able/can’t.
I can’t come to work tomorrow/I won’t be able to come to work tomorrow.
I can come to work tomorrow/I will be able to come to work tomorrow.
Easy, isn’t it?